Time & Location
Mar 19, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Oneonta, 50 Dietz St suite L, Oneonta, NY 13820, USA
About the event
Join Kelsie for a special exploration into some of the deeply restorative practices of yoga. When we look to nature, the winter is comprised of soft, dark stillness. While intended to be deeply rejuvenating, this season can cause unrest when we get lost or stuck in it. The harder we hold on, the more upside down we become. Using the tools of various yoga practices, we have the opportunity to recalibrate and align with those things that are most important to us, drawing on them for inspiration to see the winter through and prepare for the fresh opportunities of spring and summer to come. This offering weaves together practices of Meditation, Pranayama, Restorative Yoga, and Yoga Nidra along a backdrop of Mantra and Sound Journey. No experience necessary, but for those new to any of these practices you can expect a calm, dreamlike experience tapping into the stillness of winter within- a deep release of tension and holding in those auto-piloted places. All postures will be practiced from the floor with ample support of props to assist in releasing effort and softening into ease. For some, sleep is a natural side effect of this practice but we will infuse it with intention and open an opportunity to interact on a subconscious level. Return from your journey refreshed, attuned, and with renewed intention. Journals and personal comfort items such as a special pillow or small keepsake to serve as an anchor for your practice are encouraged but all necessary props will be provided. We recommend wearing comfortable, layered clothing and your very best fuzzy socks.